Gold Neon Stripe Laser Cory (Corydoras Aeneus CW010)
Gold Neon Stripe Laser Cory (Corydoras Aeneus CW010)

Gold Neon Stripe Laser Cory (Corydoras Aeneus CW010 )

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Gold Neon Stripe Laser Cory (Corydoras Aeneus CW010)

The Gold Neon Stripe Laser Cory, also known as the Gold Laser Cory, is a highly sought-after species of Corydoras. This unique fish features a striking gold stripe down its body, which becomes even more vibrant under aquarium lights, adding a dazzling touch to your tank.

Key Features:

  • Distinctive gold stripe down the body
  • Great scavengers, helping to keep the tank clean
  • Nocturnal behavior, most active at nighttime
  • Excellent tankmates for a wide variety of other fish species

Similar to other Corydoras, the Gold Neon Stripe Laser Cory is an omnivore and an egg layer, with a maximum size of approximately 6cm. Originating from South America, this species thrives in a tropical temperature range of 22°C – 26°C and a pH range of 5.8 – 7.

Providing suitable hiding places, such as wood, rocks, and aquatic plants, is crucial for the well-being of these catfish, allowing them to display their natural behaviors while adding visual interest to your aquarium.

Q: How much is postage cost?
A: All dry goods are $8.95 flat, $11.95 Express for plants  and live stock are $20 express postage flat. Free Posage over $179.

Q: Where do we ship ?
A: We ship Australia wide but Live stock are not shipped to WA,NT & Tasmania because of the state law.

Q: When will out of stock item be back?
A: Stock are updated every day. So you just have to come back to website to see if it is back in stock.

Q: Can I return the item back?
A: All dry stock can be returned back. Live goods are not refundable. Shipping cost will be deducted upon return of the item and also customer is responsible to send the item back.


We dont ship Live stock and plants to WA,NT & Tasmania because of the state law.

We do ship dry goods.
Drip acclimation is a method used to gradually introduce aquatic animals, such as shrimp, snails, and fish, to their new tank environment after transport. It helps them adjust to the water parameters and temperature differences between the transport bag and the tank. Here's a step-by-step guide on how to drip acclimate your aquatic animals:

Step 1: Prepare the necessary materials

Clean bucket or container large enough 
Airline tubing
Air pump (optional but recommended)
Adjustable valve or knot (to regulate the flow of water) or get a abquatics drip kit
Clean, dechlorinated water (ideally matching the temperature and pH of your tank)


Step 2: Set up the drip acclimation system

Fill a clean bucket or container with the clean, dechlorinated water.
Attach one end of the airline tubing to an air pump (if using) and place the other end inside the bucket. Make sure it reaches the bottom of the container.

Step 3: Start the drip

Open the bag containing the aquatic animals and carefully pour the entire contents into the bucket, including the water from the transport bag.
Start a siphon by sucking on the free end of the airline tubing or use a siphon starter. This will initiate a slow drip of water into the bucket.

Step 4: Adjust the drip rate

Use an adjustable valve or tie a knot in the airline tubing to regulate the drip rate. Aim for approximately 2-4 drips per second.
The slow drip helps gradually mix the water in the bucket with the water from the transport bag, preventing any sudden changes in water parameters.

Step 5: Monitor the process

Keep an eye on the acclimation process and periodically test the water parameters in the bucket using a test kit. This helps ensure a smooth transition.
Depending on the sensitivity of the animals and the water parameters involved, the acclimation process may take anywhere from 30 minutes to a few hours.

Step 6: Adjust water volume if needed

If the water volume in the bucket becomes too high, you can remove some water and continue the drip acclimation process with fresh, dechlorinated water. Be cautious not to remove too much water, as it can lead to sudden changes in water parameters.

Step 7: Transfer the animals to the tank

Once the acclimation process is complete, gently net the aquatic animals from the bucket and transfer them to the tank. Avoid adding the water from the acclimation container to the tank to prevent any potential contamination.

Step 8: Dispose of the acclimation water

After transferring the animals, discard the acclimation water from the bucket. Do not pour it directly into any drains or natural bodies of water.
By following these steps, you can safely and gradually acclimate your shrimp, snails, and fish to their new tank environment after transport. Remember, it's important to monitor the process closely and make adjustments as necessary to ensure a smooth transition for your aquatic pets.

Customer Reviews

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Ty

Very small and cute, arrived alive and well

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Tara

Absolutely love at first sight 💖

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Dylan

I ordered 3 panda corys, and they all arrived safe and sound, and they have settled into my tank nicely.

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David Collins (Sydney, AU)
Fantastic fish

These guys are great fun. I got a group of four they hang around together and are very active. Great to watch

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David Collins (Sydney, AU)
Great service

I ordered a load of fish online and the arrived in 24 hours all safe and sound and doing well

Customer Reviews

Based on 41 reviews
95%
(39)
0%
(0)
2%
(1)
0%
(0)
2%
(1)
T
Ty

Very small and cute, arrived alive and well

T
Tara

Absolutely love at first sight 💖

D
Dylan

I ordered 3 panda corys, and they all arrived safe and sound, and they have settled into my tank nicely.

D
David Collins (Sydney, AU)
Fantastic fish

These guys are great fun. I got a group of four they hang around together and are very active. Great to watch

D
David Collins (Sydney, AU)
Great service

I ordered a load of fish online and the arrived in 24 hours all safe and sound and doing well